Paper Title: Equal Protection Under the Law? Chlorine vs. UV for Disinfection of Reclaimed Water
The work discussed above, along with findings from other previous research, has resulted in heightened concern about the added health risk associated with the use of chlorine disinfection of reclaimed water, when compared to other proven disinfectants, especially UV. A WateReuse Foundation sponsored research investigation, titled “Pathogen Inactivation through Wastewater Reclamation,” investigated by the University of California at Davis, Carollo Engineers, EOA Inc., the County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, the California Department of Health Services, and many other partners, is currently underway to address this concern.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2005-01-01
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